Tips for Using Four-Wheel Drive

Since four-wheel drive is useless if you don't know what to do with it, here's a quick guide that will tell you how and when to engage the four-high or four-low setting on your vehicle.


The four-high or 4H setting is for those times when otherwise flat roads are slippery due to rain, ice or snow. This setting will provide you with enough traction to let you drive at mostly normal speeds without losing control of your car.


The four-low setting or 4L is probably what most people imagine when they think of four-wheel drive. It will help you if you have to drive in deep snow, deep sand, steep hills, or anything else that would otherwise slow you down or get you stuck. You won't be able to drive any faster than 40 miles per hour, but it will keep you moving.

If you have any additional questions about how to use your four-wheel drive settings or if you need some repairs on your vehicle, contact Ray Laks Honda today.



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